We love it when a brand we revere teams up with an organization we respect. We’ve raved about the way our favorite Kiehl’s products makes our skin glow for years now. So when we learned that one of the leading names in skincare launched a partnership with Autism Speaks this year, we were more than happy to spread the word. And, BTW, you should too! For every share of this Kiehl’s video, starring Matthew McConaughey, Kiehl's will donate $1 to the cause.
Autism affects an estimated 70 million people worldwide, with a staggering statistic of 1 in 68 children in the United States diagnosed on the spectrum. Kiehl's is committed to raising $200,000 in this ambitious campaign, educating more parents, and inspiring people to learn more and talk more about this important cause.
In collaboration with Matthew McConaughey, actor, advocate, and father, Kiehl's has created a limited edition Ultra Facial Cream with a bright, bold, and vibrant design. It features uplifting colors and geometric shapes, including interlocking puzzle pieces, as a nod to the iconic Autism Speaks blue puzzle logo.
Every purchase of this $48 cream will help support the cause to create more resources for children with autism spectrum disorder around the world and their families.
Of course, as good as we feel about a charity-driven purchase (and we do!), we also want our products to be effective and useful. (That shouldn't be too much to ask for!)
Made with the active key ingredients of Antarcticine, a glacial glycolprotein extract; Imperta Cylindra, a desert plant extract; and Squalane, a signature botanical lipid found in many of Kiehl’s most beloved products, this Ultra Facial Cream deeply hydrates skin depleted of its moisture, and gives us the smooth and radiant complexion we want and love.
As we transition from the summer to fall, we want to make sure our skin stays soft and supple, and this daily cream is a staple in our routine... A skincare product that helps us look good, feel good, and DOES good for children around the world? Sign us up!
This is not a sponsored post. We received a sample for review.